Can dogs speak? Yes! They talk openly with their bodies. You can discover your dog requirements with their facial expressions, body movements, and even the dog’s tail!
When dogs feel happy they automatically wagging their tail, we all know that — like that, learning to understand dog tail positions and what they mean is another excellent method for the communication of dog. But sometimes we need to pay attention to their entire body, eyes, lips and body movements.
The tail direction also tells us about the positive or negative idea that a dog feels on a person or any item. If the dog wags their tail more to the right, it means the dog has a positive expression about the person or an object. If the dog wags their tail more left (opposite), it means the dog has a negative feeling about the person or an item.
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Happy Tail looks like,
Happy tail is wag in tail significant, fast cycles. Generally involves the dog’s whole back end. The dog ears are in a relaxed position, and the mouth is opened for a long time.
Although this happy tail is welcoming a greeting from you on the street, may snarl & lunge when you come through her/his front door.
When dogs become extremely excited by seeing a specific person they wag their tails go in a full circle. This is called as propeller wag. But this should be slow down before moving with children.
Nervous or Appeasing tail
Sometimes lowered tail means that your dog is super relaxed. But if he/she tucks tail between back legs, it says he is nervous or unsure or fearful. In this position, the dog’s body looks like a curve. You can easily observe when two dogs play together, and one continuously succumbs with his tail held low and tucked between his legs. This fear can be turned in to surrender or aggression.
Aroused/ Aggressive tail
A hard and highly held tail shows a very excited state. This shows the dog’s confidence, powerful and self-assured temperaments. It gives the command to other dogs “don’t cross me.”
But for pug dogs and other dogs with curled tails get tighter is not always means aggression.
When the dog tail is held high and either vibrating or wagging or bristling and stiffly, you have to avoid this type of dogs because the tail nature means they are ready to attack or bite.
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Here is Good video about Dog signals from Cesar Millan.
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